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What To Look For In A Dog ID Tag
An ID tag should be personalised for your dog so that it can be returned to you if he or she were to get lost. Choose a dog ID tag that can have your postcode and phone number engraved or detailed on the tag.
The size of your dog ID tag should be large enough to read the important information. Dog ID tags are available in various shapes and sizes. The most general size is one that has a shape of a 2p piece.
What information should you include on a dog ID tag?
A dog tag’s purpose is to identify who your dog belongs to. If your dog were to get lost, its dog tag should tell people you postcode, house name or number & your phone number.
What is the best way to attach an ID tag to your dog’s collar?
A dog tag is best attached to your dog’s collar with a key ring. Make sure the dog ID tag is attached to the key ring before attaching it to the collar. Then remove your dog’s collar from your dog’s neck to put the dog tag on the loop that’s attached to the collar.
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